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A True Descendant of Pogues

Hailing from Melbourne, this is one of the best---and most unrecognized---folk/punk bands out there. If you're a fan of Flogging Molly or the Pogues, these guys are sure to catch your fancy. As opposed to their album Rum Rebellion, this album is a more accordian driven sound. The only reason I don't give this album 5 stars is because of the short length. Don't let that stop you from getting it though. I ordered a hard copy from Australia as soon as the album was released and haven't regretted it for a moment.


Genre: Dance

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George Clinton's funk empire was not without its disagreements over money and control, and drummer Jerome "Bigfoot" Brailey's Mutiny project was a direct result of just such a disagreement, as well as one of the more notable offshoots of the P-Funk axis. Brailey had come to P-Funk from gigs with the Five Stairsteps and the Chambers Brothers, joining in 1975 and playing on classic albums like Mothership Connection and One Nation Under a Groove. In 1977, he and guitarist Glen Goins abruptly left P-Funk...
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